AGENDA
 

In recent weeks, several studies have come out highlighting projected learning loss through the end of the 2020-21 academic year. While worst-case scenarios seem to have been avoided, gaps in learning are prevalent, with students on average likely to lose five to nine months of learning by the end of this school year. With returning fully in-person still not an option for most districts, it is essential to identify and implement strategies that can curb learning loss now. 

Join school and district leaders to learn promising practices for addressing learning gaps now. Hear how they are redesigning instructional time to maximize engagement and differentiation and leverage new skills developed as a result of the pandemic. Leave with a framework and strategies you can use to bridge potential gaps in your context.
 

 

PLUS, receive a 'Certificate of Completion' towards 1 hour of Professional Development, as recognized by Tech & Learning! 

SPEAKERS

William Campbell
William Campbell
Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools
Data Specialists
Sancha K. Gray
Sancha K. Gray
Asbury Park School District
Superintendent of Schools
Peter Griffiths
Peter Griffiths
Wichita Falls ISD
Associate Superintendent
Morgan Joseph
Morgan Joseph
BetterLesson
Director of Impact
Brandy Nelson, Ed.D.
Brandy Nelson, Ed.D.
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
Executive Director, Learning and Teaching, Secondary
Dr. Kecia Ray
Dr. Kecia Ray
K20Connect
Tech & Learning Brand Ambassador
Nikki Schafer
Nikki Schafer
Millard Public Schools
Instructional Technology Facilitator
Kristen Watkins
Kristen Watkins
Dallas Independent School District
Director of Personalized Learning